Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed a new law this week that will suspend school bus driver permits for three years for those who refuse to submit to a drug or alcohol test. The law also suspends permits for drivers who submit to a test that shows the presence of drugs or alcohol in their system.
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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie this week signed legislation that bans sale of synthetic drugs such as “bath salts.”
An Alabama lawmaker says he will introduce a bill that would require drug testing for welfare recipients who have a felony or drug conviction.
A synthetic drug manufacturer has already created a product that skirts a new Pennsylvania law banning “bath salts,” synthetic marijuana and salvia.
A new study suggests that Florida’s Clean Indoor Air Act, which prohibits smoking in all enclosed indoor workplaces, has not harmed businesses. In some cases, the law has had a positive effect on profits, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
California Governor Jerry Brown this week signed a bill that bans the production and sale of beer with added caffeine.
Pure, potent methamphetamine is appearing on the streets of Tucson, courtesy of Mexican drug-trafficking organizations, the Arizona Daily Star reports.
The Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill on Thursday that would ban the stimulant drugs known as “bath salts.”
Following the institution of an Indiana law requiring anyone buying and carrying out alcohol to show identification, regardless of their age, state inspectors report fewer of the state’s liquor stores, bars and restaurants are selling alcohol to those under 21.
Illinois has become the latest state to ban “bath salts,” according to the Los Angeles Times.